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Belles
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RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
October 4, 1946
Strickland New Head Marshal;
Thorp, Ashburn Added To Group
Three Vacancies From Last
'^ear Had To Be Filled by
Elections
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1. Since two of the mar-
li who were elected last year,
» ttf them the chief marshal, did
S^int Mary’s this
> nfv, ’ ^ chief marshal and two
L tl|, ^ ers had to be elected.
*"a1' av position of chief marshal
* filled from among those
Flanders, Taylor and Best Are
Chosen Presidents of Classes
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ly ten new
Col. 1)
NINE NEWCOMERS
JOIN FACULTY
Jones, Wilder, Goodno,
Returning After Absences
Bell
W3lcome
Dr. Stone
re-
seij ^^iiiiug marshals avIio were elect-
«I'1 last year
0 tt iiimbia, S. C.; Katherine Clark, of
Sande Childs, of Co-
, and Martha Best
, j, > of Concord. The nominat-
J listed six girls from
if/ pufli Ifie two new marshals were
mi liloi’oiia Ashburn, of Nor-
mi Ca/’ ^ ’ Elizabeth Roberts, of
^ . CO, Va.; Jane Lowe, of Con-
AIa! ’ llonrietta Thorp, of Rocky
’^'1 bin’ll Smith, of Bir-
kia I’ ’iiiiii Ala.; and Lillian Lump-
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of Ainericus, Ga.
Ashburn is also a mem-
ClaK°^ 1^1® Coctors’ Daughters
aip, ’ llie Hall Council, the Wom-
ifj ^P^iliary, and Orchesis. She
I Thorp is a Senior
ff'! Hall o iii^i’shal, a member of the
rcii; Soci f “iiiioil, the E. A. P. Literary
the Woman’s Auxiliary,
' Hlee ,,V'^'ififiaugliters Club, the
Club, and the Senior life-
j - group. She is a Mu.
ed af ^Crieklaiid, who Avas elect-
he, n^?'i’^hal last year, has begun
Idles as chief marshal.
Besides all the new students at
Saint Alary’s this year, there are
nine new faculty members. Not
all nine of these are completely
new, because three of them have
taught at Saint Mary’s before. We
want to welcome them all!
Phrst, there’s Miss Ann Arthur.
She is from Morehead City and
teaclies German and piano. Miss
Arthur is a graduate of
W.C.U.N.C. and the Eastman
School of Music.
Then there’s Miss Allie Bell, the
new alumnae secretary. Maybe
you’ve already run into her up in
Aliss Davis’ office. Aliss Bell calls
Pittsboro home. She’s a Saint
Mary’s girl, and like so many
S.M.S. lassies, she went to “dear
ole Carolina.”
Then there’s Airs. Evie Calla
han, of Raleigh, our housekeeper.
We really couldn’t get along with
out her!
Another Saint Mai’y’s graduate
is Airs. Charles Goodno. Mrs.
Goodno, Avhose home is in Raleigh,
(See P. 4, Col. 1)
The staff of the BELLES ex
tends a sincere welcome to Dr.
Richard G. Stone, our new presi
dent. For the whole student body,
they wish him and his family suc
cess and happiness in the coming
.vear at Saint Mary’s.
Facult'y To Honor
Stone At Reception
A reception in honor of new presi
dent Dr. and Mrs. Richard G. Stone
will be given by tbe faculty of Saint
Mary’s on Thursday, October 17,
at 8 ;00 p.m. Friends and patrons
of tbe school are invited to tbe recep
tion, which will be held in Smedes
parlor.
Miss Elizabeth Bason is in charge
of arrangements for the reception.
STAFF TEMPORARY
All girls who signed up for tbe
BELLES staff are now on the tem
porary staff. The staff will be
temporary for several weeks, until
(See P. 4, Col. 4)
Here’s Saint Mary’s ‘First Lady'
,,^111’y’s is having her face
^Vay bj, V “washboard” drive-
tive flf paved, and the attrao-
Sjiiedes soul'll in front of
^igb-bpp/^ ^ promise that dainty
. no longer he mud-
Hso h, rainy days. Plans are
an fi^’^gress for the constrnction
Street on Hillsboro
rebuilding of tbe
■Harv’g loved by Saint
h ’’IS m the j)ast, on the front
napi
; 'but |i°^®.''^6r, is only skin
P^getratfta • improvements have
arifl interior of tbe
at ^nickly become part
Mary’s. A new
• . system has been install-
i ' au(J ji
Aur,t^ proving most satisfac-
WProximatelv ten new sta-
The BELLES lias introduced our
new president to tbe students, now
we want to introduce to you our
“first lady,” Mrs. Richard G. Stone.
We caught up with Mrs. Stone out
side tbe dining room and, after trip
ping past Holt and the infirmary
and over Susie, tbe blue Persian pat
who has become a campus fa^mrite,
we found ourselves settled in one
corner of a red sofa in the Stone’s
pleasant living room, while Mrs.
Stone smilingly told us her life
history.”
Marye Grove Stone was born in
1912 in Roanoke, Virginia, where
her parents. Dr. and Mrs. Burnam
Grove, are still living. She was
graduated from Converse College in
1934, with a major in history, in
1935 she married hei- history pro
fessor, Dr. Richard G. Stone. They
have a son, Richard, who is nine,
and who takes a great interest in
Saint Mary’s.
Although Mrs. Stone likes to
travel and has always wanted to go
to Europe, she likes least to move
from place to place. She loves read
ing, antiques, and old pictures, and
is particularly enioymg fixing her
home. In answer to the housewifely
question of cooking, Mrs. Stone said,
“I like to cook, but not three meals
a day!”
Mrs. Stone also likes teaching, for
which she was prepared while in
college, but which she has never
really done.
Mrs. Stone has one sister, and two
brothers—one of whom is twenty
and who, she said to your intervieiv-
er’s delight, wants to visit Saint
Mary’s for about three hundred rea
sons.
Mrs. Stone likes being here at
Saint Mary’s very much, for, as she
says, “It’s good to be back on a col
lege campus again. And too. Saint
Mary’s doesn’t have to create an at
mosphere of tradition, it’s already
here.” Mrs. Stone has already had
a taste of our dormit^ory J.ife, for
the Stones lived
two weeks after
this summer.
But now she is finally on the road
to being settled, and both she and
Dr. Stone want Saint Mary’s girls
to feel free to visit them often. And,
as we looked about the Stone’s lovely
home, we knew how you would all
feel, so . . . line forms after me,
girls!
in Holt Hall for
arriving at school
O’Keeffe, Truslow, Collett, and
Hamel Become Vice-Presidents
Nancy O’Keeffe, of Bluefield, W.
Va., Rose Wallace, of Chase City,
Va., and Virginia Woodley, of Gres-
well, have been elected by the Senior
class as vice-president, secretary,
and treasurer, respectively. Jean
Roberts, of Durliam, was elected, in
the spring as president of the Senior
class this year. Betsy Blundon, of
Charleston, W. Va., and Elizabeth
Roberts, of Culpeper, Va., are the
newly elected Honor Council repre
sentatives from the Senior class, and
Myra M^elsh, of Monroe, is the Leg
islative Body member.
Luck Flanders, of Swaiiisboro,
Ga., has been chosen president of
the Junior class. This is Luck’s
second year at Saint Mary’s; last
year .she was Sophomore representa
tive to the Honor Council, and was
a member of the Dramatics Club,
the BELLES staff, the Stage Coach
staff and the Sigma athletic society.
Other Junior class officers are Nellie
Truslow, of Chestertown, Md., vice-
president; Page Parrish, of Rich
mond, Va., secretary; and Helen
Eppes, of Henderson, treasurer.
Sarah Walston, of Wilson, and Vir
ginia Smith, of Ridley Park, Pa.,
were chosen by the Juniors as Honor
Council members, and Lila Spilman,
of Statesville, and Jeannette Dough-
erty, of Coronado, Calif., as mem
bers of the Legislative Body. Junior
dance marshals are Jo Anne Darden
of Newsoms, Va.; Nancy Hannah’
of Greenville; Gene Hines, of Green
wood S. C.; Nancy Holland, of
Franklin, Va.; and Mary Lou Pratt,
of Sumter, S. C.
Susan Taylor, of Morgaiiton, was
elected to lead the Sophomore class.
T his is Susan’s second year at Saint
Mary s; last year she was a member
of the Doctors’ Daughters’ Club, the
Woman’s Auxiliary, and was a Sig
ma. Frances Collett, of Morgaiiton,
is the vice-president, Betty Mardre’
of Windsor, the secretary, and Emily
de Loach, of Lancaster, S. C., the
treasurer. _ Myrtle Alston, of Ilen-
derson,_ will represent the Sopho
mores in the Legislative Body.
The Freshmen selected Lucile
Best, of Clinton, as their president.
This is Lucile’s first year at Saint
Mary’s; last year in high school, she
was a member of the Tri-Hi-Y and
the Student Council, and was a
cheer-leader and assistant editor of
the newspaper. The Freshmen also
elected Nancy Hamel, of Greens
boro, vice-president; Josephine
Cooper, of West Hartford, Conn
secretary; Nancy Holt, of Erwin’
Peasurer; and Aurelia Fulton, of
Walnut Cove, Legislative Body
member.
Freshmen and Sophomores to-
(See P. 4, Col. 3)
    

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